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We have published two new articles that discuss how to evaluate the Reach and Scale of Opalis. These articles and associated Runbooks were created and tested in Opalis, and they will equally apply to the Orchestrator Beta.
Jim Britt who works for our internal team who manage the Desktop environments at Microsoft (some 280,000 desktops and 5,000 servers) has posted the two articles over on his blog.
These are 2 great articles and well worth a read! Thank you Jim
And of course, make sure you sign up for the Orchestrator Beta Evaluation Program … look out for more details about the Beta VERY SOON …
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